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Crack bang! What is that ! Did I hit something you might say yes indeed you did hit something? You couldn't see you say? Dam! Why can't we have the latest technology in the trucking industry technologies that could save us tones of dollars? Semi have a great disadvantage when backing up we just can't see what is exactly behind us. Getting up getting dawn the cabin just to see if we are not aligned. we certainly need a change or to upgrade what we have.  

The Darkness

backing up ton an other trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ry9gRbrY8kk

Semi-Trucks and trailers are enormous, and it is so easy to miss objects and vehicles in your blind spots. Having a trailer backup camera can make you avoid terrible and costly accidents.

According to an article in the Business Report, the average cost of truck accidents is $148,279 damages to property and vehicles. The cost of an accident with fatalities cost even higher an average of $7,633,600.

http://wafflesatnoon.com/is-this-corvette-crash-photo-a-result-of-texting-while-driving/

Trucks have many blindsides whether they are on the highway or backing up they stay the same. The blind spot directly behind the trailer can extend to 70 feet - we can imagine a small car would be completely blocked off the view. Cars of today have many tools to help drivers back up and park their cars safely. The trucking world is light years behind all tools available for small cars review cameras sensors and pre-collision braking systems all are a foreign language for trucks and trailers. The world deserves safer roads and you as a driver can make it safer by acquiring systems that will help avoid the unseen.

 

The Unboxing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6u-puISieA

The best solution to make parking or backing up a trailer safer. The Haloview MC7101! This camera is not only affordable, easy to install and it is built to last. It is entirely waterproof and can withstand the bumpiest of roads and rough driving. and will avoid many accidents.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb95jselAkA

The monitor is a 7-inch LCD screen that has the capability of connecting up to four cameras. It is equipped with video recording and video playback with sound. The recording and playback features can come in handy in case anything goes wrong. The LCD screen also has a built-in battery-saving mode that turns off the monitor after 30 seconds of no use.

https://www.amazon.com/Haloview-MC7101-Wireless-Reversing-Waterproof/dp/B079M6R7NB/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=haloview+7101&qid=1571769952&sr=8-1

The Trailer backup camera have a 120-degree view with a crystal clear image. Each receiver reaches up to 120 meters, so they are ideal for any truck, boat, RV, or harvester. Each camera also has it's own mics so that you can not only see moving objects but also hear them. water-resistant IP-69K rating and transmission go up to 120 m. you can add up to 4 cameras and get them from amazon

 

The wiring

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

First, find your power source for both your monitor and camera. This power source should have at least a 10-volt power supply as instructed by the manufacturer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Using just the red and black wires (positive and negative) for your monitor, crimp your butt connectors onto the ends of the wire to where the wires are touching the connection pieces.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Trim all remaining trigger wires if no other cameras are being used to prevent shorts from occurring. And tape the trigger wires together using electrical tape.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Attach your red and black wires to the outlet source with the ends of the wire pointed towards the area that you wish to mount your screen.

Before continuing, check that you have power to your monitor by connecting it to your power source. If it turns on, unplug and continue. If not, make sure all wires are correctly connected.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Now you can attach your mount to the LCD monitor and find the perfect placement of the monitor. Once the area is found, wipe clean with a lint-free alcohol wipe and dry. This is to make sure that the 3M double-sided tape adheres perfectly. Peel and stick the mount to the desired area and apply equal pressure to the entire surface. Once that is done, you can position and tighten the mount.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Now all you need is a little electrical tape and zip ties to fold and hide all excess wires from view neatly.

 

 

Connecting the camera

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Locate your source on the trailer of power just like you did in the cab of the truck. In this example, we will be using the license plate lights.
Identify which wires are positive and negative and cut the wires in the middle.
Strip both sides of the wires now to leave about an inch of room to work with.
Working from the wires closest to the area where you will be mounting your camera, split the striped wires in half and lay the wires from the trailer backup camera end down in this split. Twist the larger wire once around the camera wire and then twist both wires together. You will do this for both the positive and negative sides, trimming the excess off the tops.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Apply your butt connectors and crimp both wires. Reconnect your positive and negative wires from the other side by inserting them into the butt connectors and crimp.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Then remove your camera from the mount and mark the perfect spot for it to sit. Drill holes into the appropriate areas and then screw the mount into place. Place your vehicle backup camera and position it to the right angle needed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

To finish, all you need to do is use your zip ties and electrical tape to tidy it up. Your camera is ready.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

As you can see, the Haloview MC7101 is the best trailer backup camera there is on the market. Not only does it have everything you can think of, but it's also easy to install. Order your camera today and see just how confident of a driver you will be at amazon.com

 

Trailer backup camera The solution

 

Trucks have many blindsides whether they are on the highway or backing up they stay the same. The blind spot directly behind the trailer can extend to 70 feet - we can imagine a small car would be completely blocked off the view. Cars of today have many tools to help drivers back up and park their cars safely. The trucking world is light years behind all tools available for small cars review cameras sensors and pre-collision braking systems all are a foreign language for trucks and trailers. The world deserves safer roads and you as a driver can make it safer by acquiring systems that will help avoid the unseen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6u-puISieA

The best solution to make parking or backing up a trailer safer. The Haloview MC7101! This camera is not only affordable, easy to install and it is built to last. It is entirely waterproof and can withstand the bumpiest of roads and rough driving. and will avoid many accidents.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb95jselAkA

The monitor is a 7-inch LCD screen that has the capability of connecting up to four cameras. It is equipped with video recording and video playback with sound. The recording and playback features can come in handy in case anything goes wrong. The LCD screen also has a built-in battery-saving mode that turns off the monitor after 30 seconds of no use.

https://www.amazon.com/Haloview-MC7101-Wireless-Reversing-Waterproof/dp/B079M6R7NB/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=haloview+7101&qid=1571769952&sr=8-1

The Trailer backup camera have a 120-degree view with a crystal clear image. Each receiver reaches up to 120 meters, so they are ideal for any truck, boat, RV, or harvester. Each camera also has it's own mics so that you can not only see moving objects but also hear them. water-resistant IP-69K rating and transmission go up to 120 m. you can add up to 4 cameras and get them from amazon

The Wiring

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

First, find your power source for both your monitor and camera. This power source should have at least a 10-volt power supply as instructed by the manufacturer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Using just the red and black wires (positive and negative) for your monitor, crimp your butt connectors onto the ends of the wire to where the wires are touching the connection pieces.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Trim all remaining trigger wires if no other cameras are being used to prevent shorts from occurring. And tape the trigger wires together using electrical tape.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Attach your red and black wires to the outlet source with the ends of the wire pointed towards the area that you wish to mount your screen.

Before continuing, check that you have power to your monitor by connecting it to your power source. If it turns on, unplug and continue. If not, make sure all wires are correctly connected.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Now you can attach your mount to the LCD monitor and find the perfect placement of the monitor. Once the area is found, wipe clean with a lint-free alcohol wipe and dry. This is to make sure that the 3M double-sided tape adheres perfectly. Peel and stick the mount to the desired area and apply equal pressure to the entire surface. Once that is done, you can position and tighten the mount.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Now all you need is a little electrical tape and zip ties to fold and hide all excess wires from view neatly.

 

Installing The Camera At The Back.

Locate your source on the trailer of power just like you did in the cab of the truck. In this example, we will be using the license plate lights.
Identify which wires are positive and negative and cut the wires in the middle.
Strip both sides of the wires now to leave about an inch of room to work with.
Working from the wires closest to the area where you will be mounting your camera, split the striped wires in half and lay the wires from the trailer backup camera end down in this split. Twist the larger wire once around the camera wire and then twist both wires together. You will do this for both the positive and negative sides, trimming the excess off the tops.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Apply your butt connectors and crimp both wires. Reconnect your positive and negative wires from the other side by inserting them into the butt connectors and crimp.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

Then remove your camera from the mount and mark the perfect spot for it to sit. Drill holes into the appropriate areas and then screw the mount into place. Place your vehicle backup camera and position it to the right angle needed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

To finish, all you need to do is use your zip ties and electrical tape to tidy it up. Your camera is ready.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyh1h_G_Kew

As you can see, the Haloview MC7101 is the best trailer backup camera there is on the market. Not only does it have everything you can think of, but it's also easy to install. Order your camera today and see just how confident of a driver you will be at amazon.com

 

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